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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f r 57 w ESTABLISHED rj l il tYor fj u I 1 1 C rrrr I MEW EmESWYOL XVIII NO 40 dOUNTV KENTUCKY OCTOBER 26 l9ir V f t r f1 J 1 I atfi1dre s the voters county I i r I I AT P1M tI1 I I 1 miX TAKING OUT WRINKLES lwerv Her Gewn Steam B ai a4 Alarm th Entire Htsl Staff Vr TM 14i iMkiTjiiin traveling and J3fc wlfea gowM kii got wrinkled Attar dressing tJaeWeJ1t to the thea JlwiT K Wpuly vnpacked the truBksr hung all the wrinkleddresses 4pIatebathroezamIthenflUedtheJ bathtab with lie water Not Mag after their departure per paMing along tho corridor Heed eU1IDCUlt looked Jlt OpeutraUoll givMU JOiM e the managers and a lot ett jNkurs and bellboys some amd wlthvlr ztiBguishers rushed wpthth iemi4 Tklags looked seri pro4ac d his paaa key ui eUsw rs prepared to tuCk tlstinguisk themselves ThS e stsjK thick i y the room that ligcoult be e4tL 6ne JOk et that thU0r was act 4Wheii the travel d couple lot b kotel JIkey found an Jrale rjfccaa ii let of soaked qlrcb jjgfwpaiitm said she had often takttja wriBkiea out of dress ea tjy a irt ai Ipath and she didnt see why tho kot water was keptso very hot anyhow for goodness knew that obodyjJMBte4 to take a bath in boil ing waggj tIo a WhifK QIaMEy Are Made Glass eyes are made principally In lAuscha a German town 20 mile from C burgThe trade Is flourish Ing with constant Improvements of value thoughan minor details As ilmany jpccupMJMB in Europe the artisans haailffleyn their acquired knowledge ia1J1kI11 to younger memo bars Of tbe see family JIRiiSPfor cccsi resolve Itofight it out on that line to lead In it adopt every improvement have the best mfcchlnory and know the moat about IL Andrew Carnegie Live Stock farm onI Beginning i I lemeritsViZ II horse mule S earSOld 1 mare mule 5year old 3 mare mules 3years old I 1 mare mule old 14y Mrlinf mules 3 mules laurein foall to horse I weU broke 9years old 1 marc in foal to jack broke 10 yrs old Iwelle in foal to jack r1 r Jw 1mw NI3WS=LI3ADER Jiipi ION ThItI REAI WjWLI11 ofWasliington 1yF October 28th- I I30QrtOCK EVERYBODYiNVITED ifhrTraveling Near Lake Chad There are native towns not remote from theviafeo Chad region of interior Africa where a white mans life isnt worth a nldkeL Lieut Boyd Alexan 1f der the British explorer was put to death In one of theta recently Lieut Alexander and his Portuguese collector one Jose had encamped uh der a tree in the outskirts of Tama Suddenly were surrounded abudstrlpllngJSelzed a gun and shot the lieutenant and uponhimed his finger rings to the natives and while they were Interesting them i s saduleMechanical Lightning Calculator The clerical staffs of many of the bIg Insurance companies baye of llate b7theculators cai One of theses the invention of a German is a compact little affair re sembling a music box It may be made to perform almost Instantane ously the most portentous sums In ad- dItion subtraction by squaringand 9UThlitUeknobs LTo1turn1 a slide one place and turn the handle twice then push the handle nine times wThe long multiplication Is now done without the possibility of error so far as the machine is con 49154490QIn beJonepro ceases RightFather and we want to be married Immediately All right Heres a check for YOW million Tell the duke to step In and Tl give him a dollar to get the censeHjonisvllle CourierJournal IH PUBLIC SAf I and Machinery t- I will sell to the highest IImiles from Springfield FC IWedllosday Nov1 1 at oclock am AH of our Live Stock and I 1 II winling 2years multiplication IWell 2 Mi k CowsII I 2 5 2 Suckling Jersey WAgonsldischarrowII1 hay Baler 1 hay rake 1 feed coo s 1 cutting box gears etcIIOhalfof all com and hay raise on the Ir sums nuder 2b cash Qrer 20 four dbearing interes frtndate of sale i IITERMSAll jrius hums N Iy1id4In ijtIer BrsII tCAMPBELL Auctioneer I I c 1 0- i TOMB OF SEMINOLE CHIEF Traveler Tela of Amusing Inscription On an did Monument In St Augustine Fin Recently said a traveler while in the old town pfSt Aqgustlne Fla h m daificentrun blossom It was growing in the rear of adrut stOte on the southwest corner of Orange and yoStopplng doIit its branches an old stone monument evidently of great an completely concealed by qulTIalmost The monument bears persistent Inquiry failed to elicit any iinformation dtory aItItailtteNOTIS I This worry elaborate Pile JIs erecHted In memery tAWhoos wljrwannstudd oni3iThis spot and Wee cherrts his memery As shHetiskaipdoao munnyHe kegentiemansavage Inglne LethlmRLP Some Women Have No Hearts j1A Cleveland man was complaining the othar day about the lack of sym path In the world And then be offered a personal ample hisbuslnessi1 received a great scare on the way He was still trembling when he en r terod the house droppedIIltonow As I went around the end of cariVentsayitt the hubs of the wheels brushed my pants Did his wife turn pale at this re thankfulness wIShe just looked him over and said neededbrushingj bibles Furnished Free Young couples who furnish their tints under the direction of a Third avenue furniture house are bound to begin bousMeepipg in pious frame of WInd For every J50 worth of fun ture they but either for cash or Ctthe Installment plan the dealer makoa them a present of a BiblebI just got Sn a case of fine Bibles yesterday be said and as soon as they are gone shah lay In another supply Before lirweht Into the funil ture business was a book agent The peps got then into peoples homes showed a deplorable lack of Bibles coullesIrem wouldnthaveot1handlingI away but since I have gono into this business I can afford to throw hi a i wVorkBoss Among Vultures The most beautifully colored of all vultures belong to the New World family it Is the true king vulture ofI South American forests Its plume Is of a delicate cream with black quills and the bare head is brilliant ly colored with red and orange This handsome bird exercises regal authority over black vultures and tur key buzzards in the same way as the iIcfonsdma vulture succeeded Ih reaching South America he would find some arrivalI Is not tQlaIbosses It should be mentioned are much more strikingly colored thanthe subjects qvr wUch they exercise an thorityjrR6sary Magazine t V VERITABLE SLAVE JpJDUTYu Mr Bllttops Wishes He Co d Get Mrs Billtops to Take aLp Occasionally After dlnn r on Sunday and tact after dinner various other thyse a little nap and I taM th so naps very easily I just let my hdfd drop back on the chair and the flri t thing u know Im In the land of reams zing away very comfortably is I did after dinner last night for Ins nee But last night when ha waked up and lad smiled across the able at Mr 0sIse Whavei Mbar I think I must have iropped leep Ezra she said to nici I never could take a nap like that S ictimes i tall asleep over my work tf i Bomxj U ornesper but to sit down and del eratcly hit myself go to sleep like hat is something I could never do should ink it was a sin And thats the trouble vitbi Mrs lltcps thats the trouble ics sot too sehsltive a conscience SI thinks e must be doing eomethih nil the me There are many thin to bo done and she thinks It her duty to j ep always at work never wasto a minutes time Shes a ulav to Uuty and Idleness in any form shefyioks upon asa sin Shos very leu mt with all the rest us very kind nd gen tic but to herself she denies all lux ury pjI wish that could pcrsudlo Mrs Billtops to take a lIttle nap occasion ally t MUSTNT JOKE WITH SffelENCE =Member of German Researc Society Hoaxes His dis fiPromptly The phlegmatic German tempera ment lends Itself little ri tcamatism Is ribbed with the Qicctai importance of a German scientific so cicty the slightest devjatlon rem that p oathquick rebuke and speedy vengeance German scientific reputation Is a eighty thing even when err r makes It ridiculous A member of the Caasscl cienttl- lie Research Society 4 f lrrnnltf4 irt has felt- the i hand of both speedy vengeance and swift rebuke for he hasbeen ex pelled fronj the learned socety pub licly rebuked and Is now threatened with legal procedure nil because his vein of humor prompted hlpi to tako advantage It happened of biscOIICagUosI A skull was recently found In the ancient grot o near Stemen and the pl Yful to re search society savant pronoiiccd It e a human skull of the n ehistolrio Period The fad was forwarded Ji the cml nent anthropological expert 1of tbeI University of Brcslau IJrofe Jsor Her man Kladtsch who dcclarofl It to bo the nzeeiyl and publlclr rebuked IIiIis growliprescription clerk holIng his breath TWO good looking omen ore getting ready to use the telephone That Is why When a hand me wom an talks over aaopen telepm no everybody within earshot takes a vacation and listens A plain won in might talk half q day and nobody Ivonld pay any attention but agoodlw lug worn an at a public telephono dr ws a bigger crowd than the presld ttof the United States Everybody links she is going to say someU lpg v rth hear- InS and they become ly Interested VljL If you arc in such f hurry tdwhyattend to that other errand hIo they are putting up your p script ion f here HOh no said the Impatlor t man Pq want to hear too riflfteGCbtigftCW FonCouohs Colds and jCrouu BIG REPUTATION feeing MadE by E S Mayes oftDuroc Hogs V paiVethe Farmers Home Journal which shows tjhe afrteutiont our county isattr cting as a Duroc Jawdy Hog center and we think j it but fair to say in this connec tion that its reputationin h at tt ine is due principally to the t efforts of Mr E S Mayes Jrp i who was the premier int bel griESprirgGeH Ky I Is preparing with the assis tance of Tapp Grundy and a few other Hve ones to putsWash thngtohon the asa Duro hog multeczeSheloiiliarly called by his intimate friends and relatives is making ready for another big sale tobe neysheldHis offering will consist of 50 bred yearling sows Maybe that dont sound like business Guess farmers and breeders will le thellthere buj that numbershouId be enough to supply the demand at that time A llarge number of these sows will be bred to the sensational bpar Good E Nuff Again Jr at stood third lb a class of twenty some at the Kentucky improvingdaily Mr Mayes has numerous nice litters of this falls farrow al rtudyl Amahsc them isa litter by DuUe of Cols oqtpfia Red onder sow Anotet tMrI8Iy Johns OhiO Chief and out oftt a Top Cal sow and still another li lidstterj r a Johns Ohio Chief sow The sow which Messrs Mayes t and Grqndy purchased in the t tnSpurrof live by Kentucky Orion They were farrowed September 2Otbc butt louk like they might be six werks oldIAnother sow which Mr Mayes 8 right proud of is the daughter cf Sir Radiant owned by A P Adrir Sons end bred to Lex mgton Chief grand champion at the Blue Grass Fair this yeai Mr Mayes purchased tnis scIWcar also frouj Spurr Martin whom tetl last named boar She will Ii rbrow within a few days seOTappGrundyAp Good lE NuB Again hat won rsi in the under 0 months Ol IlMdivision in a class of 27 at the Kentucky State Fair report that his youngster is growiog like magic and instead of growing coarse as was predicted by some f the wise ones less fortunate 10 tho same class Is developing near to a state of perfection as could be desired If he goes on as at present be will be the most troublesome hog tioutloc1asse slGgrand old matron Clara B 53U62 anbyoIsplendldpi s now about a edcionthCpl and should prove something very tine It will be recalled that Clara B is the dam of tthe sow Aurelia by Garneit Col that sold in the Harris Daniel sale last winter for 175laGrundy has a six mouth old bc artoout of Clata Btbat he won first and Championshipi on atthe Springfield Lair thai is in a class dbybe with such a dam and by the oleceilentWin by King of Cols Jr a half brother to Wheeler Ovvmga boar Pals Col that won the lygrandfair and sold at auction for 250 of Servile Function You may break you may shatter the vase if you will Ho paused and b nt a severe look upon his young wife But It Is customary in our station thatSortGood Reasons Yet they say the widower whoBJust got married again was all broken upwhen his first wire died Then if ho was all broken UPr that was a good reason why ho should be repair ed Baltimore American HoxriblDeatK Harry the threeold chrtd of Mr and Mrs Herman Raymond of near Sigh Grove mejt a boil i ble deatb on Wednesday of last week by falling into a kettle or t of boiling sorghum Tlje d was seated on a chair pet tbe fire and during a momentis absence of the father who was attending totbe wOk the child lost his balance and fell bead long into boiling syrup Death ensued after about four hours pf terrible suffering The a + cldeniffis a most deplorable one par fffhe conrnnnitjKy StandI ard h LtracK Like Tigers l4 fighting to keep the blood pure white curpuscles attack dIsusetgerms like tigers But often perms tIpy so fast the Uttle flebtersjire overceme Then see pimple boils ma aaltrheuia and sores multiply and strength and appetite fail This condition demands Electric BItters regnlate stomach liver and kid and io expel poisons fromrthe blood They are the best flood purifier writes dT Budahn ofr Tr tcy CaUf I have ever found bey make rich red blood sfong- arv and build up your health Try m 50c at Haydon RobertsonsJ WOMEN IN NEWSPAPER WORK Edna Fcrber Who Has Tried It HeIself Tells About Their Lifo as ReportersT jThonewspapershasman by experiencesof j writer of sob stories and human lInterest views as tbya reSarporter of wide experience who has made It the background for her new novel mi twokessay regarding her own craft It a woman repqrtef were to burst Int thi Jengabout with a red nose and puffy eye dayEestbatlaceeofacesome form thesetblngst those who read can also seeI 1WU1 pop ularly Is siipposed to bea flinty clg wigesseetlngwhompen gazing dryeyed upon scenes of horrid bloodshed allDeservedWriting ci the celebration of the one hundredth birthday of Ambrose Thomas which took place shor tJ Jameeer of the great French composer 1menten years old when he bad mastered the piano and the violin and was sent his father also a musician from hit home In Metz to the Paris Con rvatOi7 where be won many prizes fo Brwa j Signonplaced him In the same class with the great performers adds Delbltz When it had been performed in Paris 1000 times the president ott the iiThpublic Invested Thomas with the grand co Mrdonen Uv Vejoyed UMuleIt was in the battle of Stone River EGrote berestedfliG he smelled fire He had been ng enough in the army to learn its Rang and he used It zealously lhallow fought like a tiger He badeMin a good del leas than nIna fired whenever he could see a head His whole soul was in it ETw cry time be leveled and fired he ehou ft Here I your mule snap bang heres your mule At about the twentieth round a confederate sharpshooter struck him in the left sin Ho looked at the wound with ama ment and with a sort of spurn 4ajr ulated theyye shpt mel then laying down his musket carefully and strip ing off his accqutrementa he also id them down deliberately and ran the rear with frantic energyIt was evident that heres your mule bad stampeded The officer who describ ed the affair said It was thecmost icrous incident be had everltessed on af battlefield Rosey laughed at It until the tears rolled down his cheeks Meat and Cancer In view of the fact that meat and especially fresh eatIII comparative very cheap In Australia and in top quence its user probably very muck i COUlltt meat being frequently associated with catecer to note the incidence of this disease In 1908 the total number of deaths reported in the Commonwealth was 4j426r Of this number 2921 or 629 UurPopulationthe incidence would be one xleath jer annum in every 1640 of the popula tIon This rate ta ry auckuufowel than that of the tJjUttf State Great ritin or Geraaay M 4icai Jteccd 1 oMethin AI Have NEtlud Tfee ooljr pops wIts kOM it II Joy thpople with 4 l L 1 r fJ jriEI rAI- a AbsoJuteIyrcToh- avepureandrioIeome t fJ t food besurert1ttygqjIung PQwderiatof tatar and not from rThlfIhl w1NfdyEI qt ikk RoyaIistMoiIybkkig tt r- wddefthR9y1JQ J f iGrape Cream of Tartar J NoAIu rf 4 I i iiJ l T Family Reunionrd The twenty first annual r nri iion of thp Thomas 9 and Sarah Williams family met on Pfr DOctMrs Theresa Williams and family in ardstown The re Uni odICIn birthday ot thejmother Mr5 ah T William jwho diedliai May 1870 at the agqc seventy years At thepateof4er fTbomasall H sse E Wjlliamsi Rev James wmJiam JDSlsqrvivedJDSl 0milv gathering and the so n shine without yas in liarmony th the sunshine and bappil j nes9about the home and inem bars of the reunibhi Jr- r According tpthpusu9l i ctl tomInlinfants born suipe the llist union are baptized and on ti occasion tne greatnhcfe Re rreJ meBaiding Williams admin Jstered baptism to Master David Rodman Brown t be little 80I1 M fir4andThose present tirere Rev and Mrs James Balding WilliamSi New olumbtisJytMr Jesse Williams Mt iZiooand Mrs rtW Willjamsi Springfield M- iteWil1iamsan4daughterM ls Ka sIwi Newton Arnold Jr andMrs 0 M Williams and son Master os iaw8onMtDavidShelby rs JoaN Hay and daughters bataerine and son Master alsonj ays oftMt ZWc Mt J B Williams anti daughters Mfsses Rodman Mary Eliza ElI a f th and son My Balding Will iams Mooresvilte Dr and MrsJ H Williams New BopeJMr Mrs Evao Sale and asterRodInmnMackville Mrs Lida Mitchell and sonlrrEdBe chland Mrs M arV t csontMrJameft i has helped Countless thousands of tkiiWHc delicate children raaeV- w pthemand robvxf tf It tes an titJ s jguJiIs1tkethveins with richi rs4 blooA 7 I D After HlesI e les ill of weight from kmy uaa 1 Ia cl fIeeIa ir atalIJn u t ufnt1it SUftSCRIP7JON lOJ A V4R44 qi M A J e SPINGFIELD IHINGQN I I alunL i J ta bA 1 me Mrs MatiBuaheyj a apghte 4ff Mist l4attie Louli 0ff dvlUeRevI P At Ksjity Mj Teits WilJiamsMr aid Mrs Wallace rPnt F littil ao a dR dm nijle dstown Mf3 Jtjsse R Williams wmsb fisen on accoupt ptilln The reantoD whi1HK Oct Ii912j with MrfkW Roiiam WiUiainsof AIr zi FmeCattUKiUsl f LexipgtonKElsyer haaa of preminm ahprthora c Ul yalugcl at 40COO aa4 b jf1 iryj tor the EimejorC a t eTcr Ic Jfarm ofJarnpBHsg1a iiskilIe4n railrosdwriek ea ruA shvllle N Q this 1Kacthis iqtBllifBppt lwii teesiirsd bYc rrra aaaer of- lmenaorfjEI j teIgrs toe 1118htr br WI ia th 4 Ejmndoffsrjaj fste stock ear ViiltHISI o vnlISQtherijtfaan iItbappdaarFaj 1rviU ftdthatciU tbs sdck ta thciexceptbufl calf wire Jfk1lJedt AJ twLcarchneShropt4eep wblcb exbibitedby k heeo tbi lstB4erf Iarm at nlIcbirnZ was Q a T- partly jwrecksd jaccwiisc to tile Jegrmand tJ1 511551p wes t f nnbnrji The fi j atWaiaats iRjU7Thei i were rl2rilarabUa iiit1rvalued attlOOOQ Ma k MxHrX Rose of ElaiMtof f R e ZF alloti GasDb laais SowiEifljj Strawberry Jllat4orf Butterfly Hsniiall MaM Iii Amethyst JfrtwileatoMia the grestvalotof ttf cattleKilled the gr atWow to Kt flaggiri lies ja tie 114 that tttir i cattle hrtmot s4iM WMfsk wereaU raissfl sZl4ocfCiwera the crcast pf taclM iko4s t40rgQatijfd 6ii bare bes prsi LiId rMunld hire Phey composed whatirla PHMpartjllpeet heraoiorIbor a 1 lSlii Eeitiicy havle wa firjt lIrenafBSma iia stsrj a heV in which thy appearsit tjiiia year They hadjMM sxMhsA ittU State Fair at i4iirbe1byvi1le dinaNayule knd iOlat a a iwere rhava ou4ri l V tee IaW Urnatipnal Fat fChicacgtPreyed TrMlf it MeW S ev i rhi sturjsia wb4 1NIIr M I14SIS rIa few s s hb eeoo4 W a Iekr thes ws tIiwilgitic ttt4tt ayefoe4Itswaytaapromlaist ayp lsv 1k I- dt Md bs kuew t II thIAI1IUY 47 1dIie Atbityd7 ji Ms 4WL r- ZeWpoeI Lit PU klac ssd d Forusssusdwt tiMTRi ibs JM o1 MatJ i W I t yt1 we I kv a7I-gs sa asiM1 1t i lllLw 111aJW mt tgt tItt 5 T V r 7 NEWSLEADER 1X f WMNGFIELD KY j t TOtt BD VE l 7tties K ME PubUhersiXditoriJiBd 1IHIIHUISDAT OCT 1911 T Demo rati Ticket A i it j For United States Senator V OLtlEM JAMES I For Governor t + JAMES B MCCREARY f TK LleatenantGovernor KcDERMQITIr ftt For AttotHeyGeneral i JAMES S GARNETT Wi J 1 l c I For Auditor HENRtiBOSWQRTH lIJI 11 4j74 For Stat ia easurer J p t THOMAS G RHEA1 For Secretary of State IC FCRECEUUSj i t ForiSopt of Public Instruction 1i iBARKSDALE HAMLETT i ForCo aioner of Agriculture r JW 4iForr Clerk of NEWMANx t ROBERT L GREENE For Railroad Commissioner WF KLAIR f For State Senator t DR H a SANDERS- ForlRepreMntativelWaihington Co l JOHN APOLIN fcWe wonder if any of readers who herd Senator Bradley pringfleld speech read it as itl appeared in the Louisville Times i tf lut Saturday fnot we adri e that they read it and ob oSito what inact was when spoken f I The printed speech contains many things Bradley never said thSt where he left the bars down It tJ r will be remembered that he said berthat Spancer county had one representative while thet Republican countIes of Ohio r EdsQundson and Butler had bU1II pne Tbis did not appear intt the Times version because Send atdr Bradley knows that Spencerli ad Bullltt constitute one 4 i trlct and instead of the other t three constituting one Ohio alone is one and Butler and Ed Benson another At Mr Johnson in bls speech hereE saId that the Republicans hadI different literature for different sections and the people whOheard Bradley speech can readtj titj in the TimS and see the cam 3It eby the RepublicansSWho sent in the speech we- ycannot say but we do know it itJ an attempt to fool the people Bradley may be sitting steady f la the boat but the boBtisi sail f Sngnnder false colors 5Senator Bradley in his speech here Saturday called on an i Democrat who was noUn favor j of bOB est elections to stand up t Wonder if he had reference to ft the election of United Statesf Senators Circuit Court-j Circuit Court convened Mon day and the Grand Jury was enx panelled nda very forcible Scharge delivered by Judge f Thurman in wbiqh he called the attention of the Grand Jurors to the Ilaws to which special atJ teD ionil to be called Fe dweltl at some length ontha Sunday closing law and impressed upon the Jurors their responsibility tIJi as to proper enforcement of the llaw urgingthem to be diligent iin i i LANDIi llEo9lIII- wiI1on iI Thursday November jJJ9 i 8 Beginning at ItI oclockam offer for sale to the Q- gg highest bidder at public auction Q 2QO ACRES 8 I of my farm one mile from Harrodsburg This is all good 8 laud Qbidand in a high state of cultivation This land will be improvements will be offered first All land faces- jrikeRBQODDARD I 1 6 T D English Harrodsburg KyI Auctioneer oGoGooooe ooooooooa- bIltP Sale of Farm andPersonal Property Thursday November 2d at 10 oclockam I will sell my farm containing 225 acres 3 miles east of Bloomfield on the Chaplin and TaJlorsvi lie pike This farm lain a high state of cultivation and w ill grow anytlnngyou wish to plant on it Plenty of fine tobacco land as good as thereis in the county The farm is within onehalf mile of good school and on rural route It is mostlyin grass 50 acres sown in wheat plentyl of never falling water Has a house on it of 5 rooms with porches and pantry also 2 tenant houses and 2 geod barns with metal roofs and other outbuildings Plenty of locust arid mulberry posts I will at the same time and place sell ym personal property consisting of stock crop farming implements etc Terms on farm From 1 to to 5 years or made to suit purchaser Possess n given January 1 1912 DInner on the ground Q H BUSHBIoomfieIcUKy APT T D ENGLiSH Auctioneer V eir investigation o all crimes and when the guilty parties were found to return indictments TIe following men compose the Grand Jury 0 L Price Foreman JohnS Watts Sam Hord George Lear Cull Cam bron Oscar Brown C W Cam en Lee Hyatt Albart Willett homas Duncan Ed Foster Fe x Tavlor IThe Petit Jusy is composed of W E Brown HM ONan Al Smith John W Pinks ton Alexander Thompson J F Head Lee Riley C H Mclntire Leo Haydon a1L Havdon DerIIringersborne Colie Ensor W T Kimberlin J M Blandford J Yankey Joe Campbell C C oster D W Burns C W tallings J P Willett and G L HaudrenSThe lolIowingjCummonwealtbs cases were tried Tuesday Com vs Slanton Robinson Iinsligious worship resulted in an acquital As Jo the first two IITheJitf charged with the Breach ofI Peace was acquitted The case against Otis Harmon charged with malicious wounding resulted in an acquittal The case ot the Com vs Joe Loeber charged with selling beverage in local option terri tory resulted in acquittal on per emptory instructons Obvious The man who gets much satisfaction out of the fact that he has a high aristocratic Instep never worries about the height of his brow Women In Butlncig Women are now engaged In all but two of the 803 gainful occupaUons of the men of this country p II i iPubIicSaIe T I TOWN LOTS 47S i Saturdayyf November 4tb1 t Aj 2 6GCOCK P M J Will offer forjsale at public auction sotne of the best loth in High f Court Springfields new addition 1 f 1Shoof t Prizes GhnAwayWe wljl gIve away one free lot tithe pary same And ttt to the o f who buys the highest priced lot we wilt make f 1t him a prymtof 10 and thone who buys tfiie most lots 4 1 c1LcA lt1 1icillaII fefiT a present of 10I1ruIr4i4i1aIxsoflethlrd January let 1912 remaindeV in 6 and 12 Afr A1 MriUM ifilh note with goe aecUrity bearing interest from dkje W z r HMM JSSUTTN Loti will bfSpl L No ByBidding f I I 8 M AMPLLAuctioner r Jh k t ai5i5ai1i tPERSONAL IMr W T Ewing of Harrpds barK was here Monday Mr GeoD Robertson Jr of Kansas City Mo is spnding a few days here Hon 0 S Hill of Lebanon Comman wealths Attorney is here this week Messrs W T Leachman and Ralph Hickerson were in Leba non Sunday afternoon Mrs W D Claybrook has returned from a visit to her parents at New Hope Alabama Mrs G W McBride after weeks visit here returned toher howe in Louisville Tuesday Mrs F C Moore has returned from avisit to Misses Tavy and Valeria Goodlett Mrs CR Wplford and little son Frank returned Sunday from Campbellsyille where they visited friends and relatives Mrs Frank Hacklev left Sun day for her home In Forest Ill after a visit with Mrs C R Mc iVhorters tS IMrs 0R Hoskins who has Ibeqn the guestofhersister Mrs McWhorter has returned 1to her home in Campbellsville Mrs Palmer Goat ley of Yale ley flu was the guestj of Mrs JennieTSearcy Friday Rev and Mrs W A Wolfe have returned from VVillisburg where they conducted a series of meetings Mrs oJ W Lewis left Tuesday for Louisville to spend several daysMiss Susie Penn Mrs G W Marks and Mrs McIntyre have returned from a visit to the fam ily of Mr W K Marks at Lotus Messrs 11 L Craine a iTd Mayes of Perryville were week end guests of Mr and Mrs G F Carpenter Mr Hamilton Robertson after spending a few days with his family left today for an ex ended trip thrtjugb the West Mrs QW fallings and chjl dren are visiting in Danville Mrs J R Durrett tmd daugh ter Elese have Returned from a visit tojBloouafield Notice All persons indebted to the state of L F Clements de ceased will call and settle be fore November 1st with the undersigned also all persons having claims against the es eate will present same properly proyen on or before November 1st fB D R L Clements AdmV IJ 1HistorIc Retributions Haman devised a gallows 50 cnblts Wghfor Mordecal In the days of King Ahasnerus But on this towering gib bet HamSn himself was hanged The jMjahojpjef Verdun contrived an iron sage tooiRali to allow a person con med wltlitn it either to stand upright orZj full length for the torture Bishop of Verdun him Ln to suffer such I IEW c 1icEtjLARGEI r 1 L E I 7 i t i 1 J JadieS rTailored Suits SuitsIfor Women and Misses in Serge Novelties and mani isli effects We will make special prices on the4 Suits for the remainder of this month f omens Coat Suits 2250 worth 3000 Vomons Coat Suits 1950 worth 2500 Vomens Coat Suits 1650 worth 2250 omens Coat Suits 12 50 worth 1650 lisses Suits 1000 1250 and 1500 Wor ens Misses and Childrens Cloaks in the newest effects Wo Lens and Misses Novelty Coats 5 to 25 Wo Lens blk casacul Coats 8 10r 15 820 25 ytis es black casacul Coats 86 10 1250 15 Mils black caracul Coats ages 5 to 10 at 3 to 5 Childrens Bear Skin Coats all colors 2 to 8 years 8190 to Mens Womens and Childrens Sweater oiitsSin white black and colors Bargains i- nUnderwear Ladies Vest and Pant special 25c t Ladies Vest and Pants bleached and pooler very hansome 50c Ladies Union Suits 50c 75c and 100 r Ladies Scarlet Vest and Pants allwopl t Ladies Natural wool Vests and pants SlOQ Mans and boys extra heavy Shirtsand Drawers 500 Mens and Balbriggan Shirt and Drawers 5octo100 Mens Natnral wool shirts and elrawrsl Mens Cardinal wool shirts and drawers 1 Misses ard Childrens Pants and Vests and Union Suits 25c to 50c I IHaing i ship wei will on the R H fcklelen farm LebanonIroadNovember 9 theh13 yearold mare in foal to horse good farm and family mare goodfear old mare in foal to rackS 6war old mare in foal to horse toBaj d mare safe for children to drive 8 ear old farm and brood mare 211 year old faamand brood mare 2y ar oldcolt 5 w anling mare mule colts 3 w anling horse cofts fin colt r K f iferbygr de Jersey milk cow a No1 milk an butter cow r weanling heifer calf 7 brood sows sew and 8 shoats sew and 4 pigs 30 s ock hogs weight 100 to 150 lbs 12 floats to 85 Ibs 4 Pand China Boars eligible to register 4 Pwand China gilts 400 nushels corn 70 lb ishels orchard grass seed 200 shocks of fodder 5 to is of straw hay5Ht2W egg incubator Farinjng implements all kinds 1 rms made known on day of sale R H EDEL N GEO LEAR LBlissful Ignorance olden the New Vork bird man Aljf had In his ro PIUDayIti onitquosttIntothna tl tongue The parrot brightened ui at once opened Its beak and vebementednlsbIii eased speaking the lady turned to Mm Holdqn and blushing violently asijed fipo you understand Spanish he replied fSThahk God she replied and left thq shop Success Magazine By Degrees w e want our product known from the Atlantic to the Pacific ptart a big advertising campaign t eyt j where it Isnt so far from the Atlantic tb the Pacific and work gradually UPj lich Woods Put to Base Uses tdscwood and mahogany are so plentiful in Mexico that some ot the cop per mines there are Umbered withIros wood while mahogany Js used aa tue for the engines MeWs Boy and Chil drens Suits Mens Hart Schaffner Marx Suits 81850 to 30 Hart Schaffner Marx Overcoats 18 to 25 The Wehydrth Suits for Men 750 to 810 ThePerfection Suits for Boys 500 to 1250 The Perfection Knee PantsSuits 300 to 1000 The Perfection Overcoats for Children 3 to 5 The above makes of Clothing ire well known none better ou the market Carpets We are making especially low prices on Ingrain Carpets 35c 50c 60c dud 75c Velvet Carpets H 85 Tapesty 75 Room size RUGS 8x10 J Tapestry Rugs 1000 9x12 Velvet Rugs 1350 9x12 Axminirter Rugs 2000 9x12 Angora Rug 950 9xl2Jngrain Rug 950 36 in Velvet Rug 290 36in Angora Rug 150 30in Axtninlster Rag 375 tv Wall Paper Half Priceat Table Linens Napkins and Towels 72in Bleach Linen at 50c special value + i i I Winter etc and tUi to Of p yoo on you the anxious we r Misses Suits special lot tans and broWns silk linings and ENGLISH cheviots I suits to from at Womens Misses Winter Coats i STYLES in twofaced materials cheviots mixtures new big and also i coat priced at 15 f4250 35 20 and P U W FULL LENGTH BLACK also f at P 1250 Or MO big assorted of fine goods in 42 wide 100 priced ALLWOOL serge we are showing in full of r navy and 14black at 4 58inch Scotch Suitings In the for coat suits 150 Qualification fie who at anything elset J Franklin k j I i I Ploersheims finances PPI IDI I IB 1 4iIIIf VaImen I I metal andsatltili button and Sl4and Children Buster Brown and BiliUen nes ji Misses and Children patent tanLi and metal Dont to see BilikenShoe befordjou buy j Val u sin iSilkolinaStlkolloe Comfor Ss size 175 Good siz Uomfrtt1 50 Gray white blankets 104 85e Oray and white l S1125 anI150 Gray and white 124oo1 lnap All blankets450tO All wopl 12 b1ajkets60O I Full line of Lace Cur tains and Draperies at iJ c very low prices I I S LOUISVILLE KY Railroad Fares Refunded Oct 10Ngv9 4 IIfi3lUcherButto k lWafural 1Trj r GUNNINGRM G WHARTO Iv tlursday Mail filled best maiIorderIforwarding toi with ui 200 Illlesi New in Womens Misses and Juniors ij Coats Dressesf etc FOP FaIIand WhiterWea Womens Misses Iputnors mpnfifsiof careful piannitfo ex knowledge flhriRS a onlro r SfcJIef r Jlrolotrons irf hibestgradei meic band merchandise to offer ice VewIIDt see thhudrediofisty1s displabere Jie i critical are more shall be to hurclyou invhrya arj rellyto bnowornt Pielowing itenrs particularly are 11Womens and AND MIXTURES Tailormade good 1500onl NEW WORSTEDS select dOCZOUU and NEW REVERSIBLE broadcloths velvet serges andfancy collars plain collars 550 825 MELTONS i dcepiweek 77S SSeh SUITINGS v 4FiflC4Shoes ForMeniI Misses Great blankets i c Dresses to r BLACK BLUE SERGE two styles of coats with lace collars and open ADCORDED bhkand coors self and lace trimmed new big efTcctf a Waists IVORY WHITE ECRU LACE quarter kimpno sleeves lace culTs waists nets sic ttjles to PERSIANS self lace and jet trimmed in navy browns and SPECIALS irltbbecause Speed Blucher wear a l it n1stbe This tiarch land Mot I1 AN Orders charges points Suits Waits Ourfall showing Garment represent ofstyles successful possible regardless featured graYStbrowns Womens 750aleMESSALINES NEVGli JJGEABLE dosefitting 00fromWomens 500priceMESSALINES CHIFFONS TAFFETAS embroidery 00SIO instep Today 500 1ttiEtfrens COitsr ALlWo t 1250 QuickSe1IinQua1ifYt Dress GojTT1j Serges Suitings and Polo seiiin of good Dress oodn those Otobet days ol1ih quJti vo tt s and we have superb stock of s6 ch fabrIcs In style uid mqdeo in iP It yu thccom tn sendus to order which be promptly are carefully fil1eI rflfC U3or ittps Of tie matugialsstaLIug1your pLererencuur1 MIXED SUITINGS AND HAIRS lot all colars to45 inches worth50c75c to yard to SERGES this heavy range colors including blue SCOTCH Allwool all seasonable colors specially prcedat Small making excuses seldom good for Benjamin foremen 45 nivelvet uede lace fpr gnn fail god 125 andSi and wool blan kets 225 wool 114 050 tOi10 vitji VtHe more and Misses AND cuffs down SILK collar AND three setin rufije made ovclc choose AND gray iLl tm corre3t dress good this black PRUNLT9xIlentcolors and all stripes yalnia 7Sfj from LOO to 150 at J JL thesepopularplain and plaid backs 0perNAVY BLUE AND eREAr see our showing ofwthese colors for your coatI Riitts plain or vbkVB S i In I4ii4ilrs4 Wblw rt TSomething All Have Noticed 0 Have Tried Tho people with whom it Is Ngan has evef gained distinction Joy to sit silent are ihq pcopfe of T6a excellence ott his Jew whomit is at joy to talk elry TT I I i I4siioI Shape ne fits 1 perfectly 1I It on j III Styks DUN Styles lg and of and the to in r ji yeirsJinedt wn 50saleatl 4 6yeailinedcuffsbraidtrimmed lengthSrTt 5 j GlrJsrmidlJuniors Sch6i Coats hI iedtaTkuttonsalear5 5Q 1zegSmixturestansptuiacolorssaJp at 4 JtA p f Broadcloths Cloths Were lots f bir f l m t rub asc a f will weIght etl PLAIDS a a is Is t l j 4 f or style tf Many only a a J S inchesidecronat BLAQISATIi IckSatinn f0r ojjepce suits and evening rgowns spIt at MJV p I 25 rPRIEDTLEYS MOURNING BLACKs iis silk warptHenriettas tnelrosetlttnd E cwpe weaves on sale at + p10 sswtmlpt1btyth ivi r trained to Ust eth H The children ot Japkm aP Its 1uell aa ambidexters osiei t bothjhau equally welL I 3DR 61TI BURTON 1 r t J RKID NT plEptTISTy iM u T fc VAKTH EXTRACTED Wivvit 5a- N LTROUT PAIN J lIr fr f tt r t t 0FiOK Hagaa Block up atalra l r 5RINQ FIELD KY lt J DentalJ Work Strict r f Firstclass if C f 1jRt JiJIUDIJtl B JSI iaR and Sorgcon j r Office hours 8 to am Offices over lay 1 don Jb stnr fttttj 5 j iJU Lampton M D W h Office in ODera House I tti 0Oft Ice Phone No O t Residence No 38 f t ft xWJ FJ GRIGSBY AiTaTtpRNEY AT LAW tt1 t OIce over Peoples Bank KYj D MW HYATT ibffice2 rover Red Cross Drug k I Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 4m to 12 m 4to P m if J u JPNYMAYESIEfiHL AND LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAV19 NIGHT 74 SPRINSFIELD KI t 1- a l- IR W f TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTw V JOffice over Haydpn Barber y1P ntal work at reasonable prices 91ybrk guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY r Railroad Schedule aarapl jojlowfng is the time schedule knowvin effect on te Bardstown and SPringfield branch railroad Mo 41 Lejaves Louisville at t t 430 p mj Bardstown Junction V 522 pm Bardstown 6C6 p m 6tl arrives at Springfield 655 p m 042 Leaves Springfield at a 600 a IIi Bardstown 645 a m efI Bafd8town Junction 730 a m- anvea at Louisville 820 amt No J43 Leaves Louisville at ue 7i20si m BardstpwQ Junction 855a4im Bardstown 1005 am irrives at Springtield 1140 p m o 44Leaves vSPriagtield ata l oJgml Bardstown 220pmfi Bardstown Junction 410 p m arrjyesat Louisville 545 p in Ti fit Awkward This how salvation wwas beingS brought about A captain In the Anny noted for his erudition and l enthusiasm said If you look to the hens they never so much as take a k drink of water without raising theft wedlit were was an unanimous response of Amen r f f Avoid All Evasion fEvaslons f are employed either to r avoid speaking the truth or perform ltt lng a good actfon Hence a lover the real and true as well as the ten f fderhearted and benevolent bold them in direct and unspeakable abhorrence 1 1 = h i ITOWNLocalf mnwi Happenings Interest Freshest IInAbout Yourself Friends Acquaintances 9tA 24t4tiAAt 4 9t 9t tA9t9tt 9 DYI Fort SALEGood Seed Rye i i John F Simms See our new trimmed hats WathenShader New trimmed and nhtriin med shapes at Wt gVm Shaders FORSA LE14f ad of sto ewesB W Neikirk FOR SALE One good jersey cow A B Walker Corn oats and hay Get our prices B D Lake Co Tobacco sticks In any quantity J at Barber Pettus- Dont fail to see the new ready toweals at Wathep Shaders 1 FOR SALE2 coming 4year ld mules W H Leachmau For SaleA few Buff Orph infiton cockerels at 100 Thos Duncan A full line of Purerfia feeds molasses feed and alfalfa meal B D Lake Co Educational notes were re ceived this week too late for publicationcJ Remember we fork our coal and gitfe 80 Ibs to the bushel B D Lake Co No 2 sorghum and separator FORfSALEA H A Rudd Come in and make your t of millinery from our large stock M Wathen S ladertt Genuine Cannel Coal not mix ed bui pure cannel 17c deliVer ed SOlos to the bushelIB D Lake Co Prat GeoColvin will speak to thevbays of the Frederickstown school Thursday evening October 2IJCone to my sale Friday Dcc tober 27th and buy you a good Da roc Brood sow ors firstclass Jersey TappiWe call our readers attention- to the advertisement in this is of Mr R E Goddards land saleM r J R Durrett bought of Mr UG Martin his farm of135 dn the Lebanon and Spring pike for 1300e The ladies of the Pleasant Grove church will have a chick t en and cake saleatHagan Bros on the Wednesday Thanksgiving Any one in need ot a good Reg istered Jersey Boar or gilt should not fall to attend T D Tapps sale Friday October 27th at 2P M LOSTBetween Hertlein and last4fFriday night a winter rug Finder be rewarded by re turning same to A R Sbultz f PUBLIC SALE OF i JERSEY COWS and Duroc Hogs ii At my residence one hal5 mile from Springfield on the Wilhsburg road 09 iFriday October 271911111- S offer for sale the following personal property J Sever4ll head of high grade Jersey milk cows and heifers some of the best milk and butter cows in thet t+ county Six firstclass Duroc Jersey Brood Sows some of them bred fpr early Spring farrpw to Good Enuff Agaigt Jr and 10 nice young gilts one good young boar r registered and ready for service will also sell one good 40 11year old mare work anywhere and a good driver and 1 r a good rubbef tire buggy I TERMS Under 10 cash Over that amount on 4 months trite- pegotiableand payable in bankandbearing interest from date 11 T Kli T APPh Liit S M CAMPBELL Auctioneers tafarairtSn mnwi of and latestrolr and selection before Duroc will a I Urluo Rat Eddlejman daughter A most enjoyable day was spent atthe home of Mrs James Robinson ob the 18th inst iit being per 58rd birthday Ma JR Durrett sold his farm on the Waltons lick pike to Mr Din Kelly The farm contains 85 acres and the con sid ration paid was 7500 Charley Wbitemoon the cow boy herbalist of Louisville was here on Monday and delivered a speech and passed out his advertising his remedies bokj As I am going out of the milk business I am going to sell of my Jersey milk cows allII October 27tb Everything be sold and I positively will notv llow any sort of by biddingc T D Tapp J Hon John S Rhea one of the best campaigners in Kentucky will speak ra the interest ofth e Democratic ticket here nex Saturday He is a former Con pressman and one of the best speakers in the State Mr Mack Hendren of Mack ville has sold a half interest in his fine young stallion Washington Bird to Mr FraqkXift of Bardin Schcol neighbor hood This horse will make the season of 1912 in that neighbor 0bood1Mrsborne in Louisvilleou last Thurs day after a long illness of a come pllcation of diseases Mrs Dor j sey was 29 years of age and had been married six years Prior j to her marriage she was Miss 1Donat of Wm Medley of Meade counb ty SJie is survived by hea 12husbanA crowd of about 500 people heard Senator Bradley at the Opera House here Saturday The local Republicans campaign managers had expenteda much j larger crowd and hart prepaaed 111 accordingly However about 200 of the crowd were Democrats all of whom will vote for McCreary j Enthusiasm wasat a very low ebb and it was evident that thea old war horse as they call him of was not in his old form and hIsJ speech was something of a dise appointment to the crowdi j CometVisibe A comet recently discovered by Beljawslry a Russian fastron i pmer and called by his nameis now visible in the Eartern skyC between four and five oclpck in tbeluiorning It iis brilliant and the long tail is plainly discerned by the naked eye 1Sale1 The horse sale of Rev P F Hennesy last Tuesday was well attended a a d horses brought good prices We are glad to report t that many of thepa will stay in the county Mcco Pearl was purchased by A C Kimball for 800 San Breaker by John Willett for i350 II Lady Agnes by J O Polin for 305 JL DruiD of Bardstown bought a fine saddle and harnes- mare Tas Montgomery bought a sorrel mare for 25250 About fifteen head of other horses were II sold to various other parties at good prices Bouncing Canought and Alma Chimes were with gl Fj i Fj DBLIC SALE I OF I Llvef Stock and farm M I Hn ing sold our farm We will on the farm chineryI Ithe Mu iednesdey d farm one mite East November of Valley Hill pn i AT OCLOCK P M a I Sfll ttbjjijhe highest and best bidder without reserve bybid Ior limitjjthe following personal property One jay mare 14years old in foal to Jack one bay mare 9 years old in foal to Jaok black mare 3years old in foal to jack in foal to horse 1 bay mare 10years mane 2years old will work and drive 11bay and drive roan mare year old1 bay marem4 horse colt 2 work mules extra good IIold600lb heifer some good yearling steers due to pig in November good registered d Duroc Boars 6 months old 50 hogs pounds 300 bushkls corn 6 tons timothy lot of shook fodder lot of sorghum all kinds farmij implements IIoi TEIjl rSA11 sums under 10 cash Over 10 six months time nol ivell secured bearing interest from date of sale L Simpsone iI 0 = drawn at 950 and 335 respec tively I aR Comingl IJThose wt dung to hear a tip top good seich will not be disappointed they come to hear The Hun t tn S Rhea ou next Saturday Ii Vanrsdale a RIOne prettiest weddings of the seas nl was when Miss Eleanor R M became the bride Mr Fre anarsdale vester day afternij on at Pleasant Grove chore liad been tastefully decorated tiih ferns and potted plants Tie bridal party entrrf preceded by the n Messrs B o h n Polin He 1rtJeffTiCSJ Ed j teachings nte c Mr the bride foloveu on the arm of her ft r Dav son Reed who ave her ii mjarriage Thecere mony WPS performed by Rey W T caerjstreet beneath a large arc fern which was sus pended IJUrgel wedding bell The weddjSg march was beautifully rei erad by Mrs J Ieart n on tbe piano Immediately after the cere mony thee rdalp artywere en eIbrides ptats The brii e jis a daughter of Mr nd Mrs j N Reed and is one ca the mo t popular young ladies the county being both talent d and be utfful while the groom is a son o Mrs Sallie Vanars dale and tie late SJ C Vanars dale ic rCognized as one of the counts I est businessmen rte is proyrl or of the flour mill at Litsev atSl isi a young man who deservedly enjoys the confidence of Ijis fellowmen Carey 4 Nancy jjtbe only child of Mr oDd Mrs I Henry Carey di e d OctoberE9th age 4 years seven mostpand nineteen days She leavtt tc mourn her depar ture a faj ier and mother and a host of fft ends All that loving hearts ajil willing hands could do was d ne but God saw best to take her some where all sorrow and sufT lug is unkno wn Nancyljcvas a sweet little girl and it w hard to give her tip tso question us will weshould only remeuibrihu her feet will never lrW th path of sin and orroVler trusting heart will feel the nguish that his come tb you acd when you meet her around the ggreat white throne Godwifl dry all lears from your eyes S- It came as quite a shock to many friends here when on Friday mo ningit became known that Mr Ed M Russell was at the point of death Wfiile Mr Russells health had not been good for some time having begs sufferer from heart trouble vet he had been attending to his business as usual and on Thursday was at his store It was in the early hours of Friday morning when the fatal attack came which caused his death Saturday night Mr Russells was born iin Januaryfves Ireland and emigrated to ibis country in 1833 His father Wm Russell wasan expert watchmaker and indeed jewel v had been tha oc cuplit ln not only of Ed M RusS ell but of all bis paternal ancestors as far back as his great great great giandfather He was educated att S fi Josephs College at hJardstown Kentucky and when 16 years ofI age he entered his fathers jew store where he remained until 18G9 when he went to California where he resided for ten years when he opened a jewelry store in Sprin fIeld and remained until his death He had traveled extensively in South Ameri and was well posted iin Ijistory and scientific studies During his long residence here e enjoyed the esteem and respect of all For several years he was Marshall of the city o f Springneld and as an officer he was distinguished for his fear essness in the discharge of his duty and for his coolness in try ing circumstances He was also for several terms City Councilman and served with credit in this office As a merchant he wontt h e friendship and confidence of all by his courtesy and square dealing He married Miss Louise Bird of London England a daughter of Col Robert Bird He issur vivad by his wife and eight chil dies Mrs R D M rk1Mrs RoE Foster and Miss Margaret Russell The boys are Messrs Win Robert Arthur Charles and Ed Kussell =t Weddings Mr Marshall Smithand Mrs BenadettaNally were marriedt Fredericktown last week by Rev J T Pieters thisfir the sec ond matrimonal venture for each aaaa STORfIisiK gs ancoabJand Overcoats Mens and Boys Sweaters Mens end III mowGoodsrindGinghamsfamily Carpets Rigs Malting andUnoleums I IiLate Iij and GI L V Ss SsLow f rices OR x 94 and IQ4 Sheetings Ready made Sheiefs and Pil tiiiv Gases j Table Lihens Napkins artd Towels v Bleached and Brown Cottons Calicoes arid Apfon Ginghams CALL AND GET PRICES J I that lot of Boys Suits we are selling at HalPPrice1 r Y V IISeeDont buy a single item cntil ybujsee ourstock arid hear our for we are going to save you morifey this season on every g you buy t I I COIfJ 4 Rev W H Williams officiated Saturday at the marriage of Hen ryHoran to Miss Mar gar et Yankey Both are prominent IofI IItield spentttII 1brother1 Lewis and Mrs Nannie were the guerls of children Miictel Mr LarA brilav visited Carney HardestyI I hsburg Saturday and Mrand Mrs Clayton Wolford spent Saturday night with tbein grandmother Carney Mr John Gray of Dennison Tex isagain iu old Kentucky vicitng friends avu d relatives Mrs W S Y Goodlett and daubster Miss Valeria aad Mrs r Ethel Moore spent Friday at the homo of C P G calley Mrs Ethel Moore is visiting the Misses Goodlett Several friends and relatives gathered at tile home of Mr and firs IIll Carney Sunday and a good day was spent At one oclock a beautiful dinner that had beenjprepaied Saturday by the lady guests and hostess was MrIgroup of crowd andIbering forty tnree was The desire ofthe writer is that we shall be together to spend many more such day Au Oust j Card of Thanks iJ IWe wish to thank our many friends for their kindness and svmpathY in our deep sorrow in the lossof pur father and has band Mrs El M Russell and Family = tc tT Pres P Goode Vice Pres M L Simms and Trea Washingtpnt County Tobacco CD I Handlars of Loose Leaf Tobacco Charges 15 cents pe hundred weighing fee and 2 per cent commission- S Free stai room and shed room for all customerst All tobaccos carefully sorted and regraded by expert handlers If you want a square leal and best possible service bring your tobacco to usv t 9 tRLI olltgomor i SSIfftGGllhpM1 taI j Gen Manager f I if AWtioneer1 1AM La r d rTOEVERIBODi The Sunday Closing Law prohibit us m vtUuiff anything on Sunday t Except Meals I I OurI Ice Creaqtorderstbutbe in on Saturday evening to b AUverp ed on Sunday morning MEAL HOURS Breakfast from 7 to 8 0 Diwaerj tb 130 Supper 6 to fb2 Jot ingiSold a FQllntinJ LLP1ERIUEJ G 4 e PUBLltSALEr TrLi111d Stock Cfo Farming Implements etc In order to settle the estate of Mts Malissa Peytonjdecd we trill oa 1I Saturday November 18 at 10 oclock ajn at thelate residence of Mrs Malisw Peyton rI ihe Springfield and Perryvine sell to tfie hig eittidier 132 Acres of Land t fwo fine work Mules 1 Work horse 1 b oofl fire aai cat J ex ra fine Milk Lowe 25 Hogs 800 bushels of Corn 50lHuMi 1WlM tofHayFanning Implements Housthhold and ki as good as new and Of fine quality 4 a y This Tarm iconi Pleasant Run in the best Burley fieiiaeraa tjj of the State and is very fertile in high state of cuJtivatw Ji ron iron of thebesttobaeeo barns tthecountn ntacres in grass balance inaiitlvation No better o RI be offered in years to someone looking fora desirable tattle that is a moneymaker andwull located convenient to school sad clMjir beir and in a splendid neighbdrhtxid TERMS OP SALE7 On pereonaltjr jail sums per In0 a credit atosix months with interest will be given jul siesta vojkr HO c ki1BIpi ThTerms of sale on land reasonable and IMk KMII I pn day of sale For lulljparticulars call at premieea qr arlipnifc r J BPE 4iarj or SPRINGFIELD ry i I 7 MonurnenIsIIiir i f II i H 0 If m need of anything m ths Ii of Llt T Iibstonu enftDri 4i t Vr yo ew hiW1Yiiol L 11 11IiifW1lt t l t i ttI 0f i J8dv Mbano- crftl J I 7fl L lt l LP I 444J r1io 4 T r r r IA- OLYJUT t j j f MticAfc sioiorof r r p f gil i I kt i u I c4Tz1vfl J t It 1MMJhW 7 att j a tke ik sprui et et fs qjsdp a f1 ef 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remark f JJ will be f iiiWf Ti trarria41ijlliJa tlaaa over your tyt rlaaa akapa taraaea f iJhiak awaft kar throat and akaaka kftaka eu d Bat lift her eyelI i4t lii lb e were- dy wly Fraak ia ioakUeaa aaarchlng c ra toac before this 1 r Iaaka4 faaliag glad of l eaatttiailty te laara more of her Uaaaklu nfCI forfat poaaibly rts ara atraafa to pr1 iJtbtLt twko z Mioojttbrorr Jrs yw 7C lb aa tttfaff noi tka tww a 1 I 1ti tka fcwHW a I ttiI bier4tt iMMIa WlMrJvtkar 4 t K bw i kaW fcrr DtLi t udttM tst Ly M Ja 1draI RahIILrl tt a rt U the swilLIuu ikaa from rJ III ipeitay as a TQiunieer sno wnen tka regular nurses ware especially kwy Major Brennan was stationed tier for some time when I first Tlftited him and I felt it my duty as 1raUnt striving vainly to pame tome Innocent quoillon wnich should tolve for me the prpb lam of who and what she was Sud deDI utCaptainan unboladjilkenow that you are a gen Ilyerriure will appreciate how bIteateriy I wag tried how deeply I hare ever since hItmuch as I could tell by her downcast e y and ka thitenedmeal You have nothing whatever to ask forgiveness for I said earnestly tRather such a request should come from me I only trust Miss Brennan that you will excuse my part in this extremelyl unfortunate affair Ska sat looking down upon her pl a crumblIngbItYon do not eTenknowuwho ami- t sh breMra Brenaan I felt as if a dash of cold water bit bfeen hIndeedcaowlaXyoung a girlthat I never once thougbIot you as being a married woman 1 waa married very early indeed before I was seventeen b yOandWhat she was about to add I bu vitof her face hWhatla ngshomlder toward the wall where hesueyea werer1yetedISomething resembling a hand shed aside the coat d hripae and I thought I saw a faoeciBelieving it to be merely her over wrought nerves which were at faultcI robIblTcr woulngen bableof ofmyto sit here by the door for should be fttakingif we ventured into the open I had barely spoken these words andIplaced ny fingers on her hand toleadcI her forward when the small doorc which opened into the shed was Uxrown back noisily and two greatI shaggy dogs the evident mates of the dead brute at our feet leapedI fiercely in She shrank toward me with a sob of terror but even as I a dde taneously in that same opening mbDOWnHal Ther lies Red Murdock stark and sffdown you brutes youUI be dead yourselves sometlmetvThe man strode forward as hecspoke clubbing the frenzied brutes with the stock of the long rifle he riiepYelled on the view the opening pack he quoted as he distributed his blows Impartially to right and left rock glen and caverti paid them back Them thar be ScoWs words stranger an I reckon as how 61l Sit Walter knew whut he wus writln bout atop thet blame youlln you Roderick er Ill take tother end or this gun ter ye lie redoubled his efforts for peace finally driving the rebellious beasts iback into one corner where they sat pon their haunches and eyed us wist fully a JIt Two dogs of black Saint Hubert breed unmatched lor courage and speed harexclalmed breathI perspiration from his face with the back of one hand and staring at us breath IapeclaIlyhe little ellow I Fads for Weak Women Nlaeteith of all the sickness of women w due to some aernntfctlent or dis case of the organs distinctly feminine Such sickness can be curfcU4is cured everyday by IIj Dr Pierces Favorite Prescriion It Makes Weak Women Strong iji Sick Women Well geniruirestorutivt y every modest woman symptomsofthose f wanting full information as to their symptoms and means of positive cure are referred to the Peoples Corn J mon Sense Medical AdvTserrlOOS pages newly revised iSX fil and uptodate Edition sent free on receipt of 21 one cent stamps to cover cost of mailing onlor in cloth binding for 31 stamps lv Addresi Dr R V Pierce Buffalo NY scarcely more tHan a nairsiwna to size With round red face full a fvstrange wrinkles and head as oddly peakshaped as I ever looked upon I went up exactly like the apex of a peas while the upper portion Was terly bald He formed a most re arkabld contrast to the tall raw hkeIreckoll as how yoti nat bed quitot bit of a scrap afore ye laid thetat that dorg out stranger he said alfangrytone lurking in his deep voice The fleetest hound in all the North an Tm darned It I Jlst likes or way you uns makes yerselves et hum In tills yere cabin Shot up 3ed Bungayi cut In his betterhalf sharply and as she fcpoko she caught the little man unceremonI- ously by one arm and thrusting him roughly to one side strode heavily forward until she paused in the centre of the room facing us with her arms akimbo Now Id Jlst like ter know she said savagely who you uns be a eakin into a house and a kUHn a dorg an a satin up everything we sarinbTow you uns dont take this yen bin fez no taverngMadam I said with a low bow t Is misfortune not desire which has caused us to trespass upon your hospitality We will very gladly pay liberally for any damage done I am an officer in the Cdnfederate ser ce and the breaking down of our horses compelled us to take refuge ere in order that this lady might ot be exposed to danger from roving gangs of guerillas The dog attacked in the dark and we killed him I Iuorder to save our lives The deepmouthed bloodhounds eavy bay resounded up the rocky way ejaculated Bu gay with dan ng eyes Drat yer potry Jed Bungay ye dew make me tired fir suah She turned back to us hud from her first ords It was plainly evident she had een impressed with but one sentence labored on JDidr what ye 6t and for thet truck ye busted she asked doubtfully Certainly madam and I took oibO money from my pocket as evi deuce of good faith What would onsIder due yourThe grim set face relaxed sI1ght1t while she permitted her husband to 1fcregioundhow bout four bits Ill sqnar thing orgi In mighty durn cheap hereabout hnyhowister an I reckon as bow itbii e aH right I glanced at Mrs Brennan and tb mused twinkle In her eyes led me o say heartily We had not entIrety completedt our meal but Imagined we saw ghosts GholtalHe glanced around rehonsively On Heaven and onI thy lady call and enter the enchanted ball Wus ther ghosts ye saw over thart And be pointed toward the wall opposite I nodded Then I sorter reckon as how Mariar and me wus them ghosts he continued grinning We sorter reckoned J as how we wanted ter see who wus yere afore We come in Illj tBWor4at t yere Is tough times stranger In these parts an a man whut has tfer pertect lovely female tea got ter lkeop his eye skinned Marta sniffed contemptuously pertectItnirecknas how ther Cap an his gall will klndar line with us for manners gt We and the ISwith tisno matferWnere Ifve and customers right here at home To sh wyou how fair WE PAY T to on ex thbame f aud tell us JustWd tiketo l exactly as representedwill be taken ba6k and the WONEVIREFUNDED Cut outand fihtn the COUPON iin this ad and mail IT TO US TODAY 7 3tl lt ln Jl Jo3 rDUW u na WIUl ucu vttfltUe calpOtown Pnot lleast daunted picked u fhls knife and fork with a sigh of rel k 0 woman In our ours of ease uncertain coy and ha tb pjease e murmured down stranger sit share a soldiers couch a t eo Not s Im a sojer to ex plain hutthets In ther book Sayold kinder sker up somE unsr leastwise whUt us Co4feds call cot t eeIWithout much dlfflfejlty Induced Mrs Brennan to draw ler chair once more tb the table anl I at downt beside her You are Confederite then I asked curious to knc upon whichf side his sympathies n ra enlisted In the He glanced warily at my gray Jacketj then his shrevd shifty eyes wandered to tho bluQ nd yellow cav airy cloak lying on th floor Wai I Jlst dont inow Cap ho said cautiously contln tug to eat asI he talked as Im nt h o enything In this yere row FJ t ther durned they corn snoop In up yere an run off all ny horgs thdn thor blame bluobelljBs come long an cut down every ljk o my cornofodder so that Ill be issed If I alnb bout ready ter fight ejjjher side Any how I aint did no fiiUn ylt worth talklri bout fer Mar ar is jpowtpii feared Id get hurt Maria regarded hlrtscorntullr- HIding out I supp6e Wal t aint ver healthful fer s ter be stayin et hum much ther time long with that thar Red Lowrle an Jim Hale an the rest o thet cattle round yen Guerillas pretty tl ck now In tho mountains Wai I dunno I he rd as they wua doln somethin dow by ther brick church but thar8 nq jreat shakes of em 31st round yere reckon as how they knows nough tc keep way tramI BuugayId rite em far as ever peasant pitch jI baro You have no feat if them then Whut me Thji little man sat bolt upright andglare fiercely across the table as though e would resent an Insult1 Jlst Jn llrye Cap I than aint no guerilla a goln on poke his nose rmnd yore less Bungay What In thunders matter with yer gaiT JedI He stopped sudden andj stared er but before I c uld turn about In my chair one of tho great dogs egan to growl savagely and Maria sprang forward and jutted the surly brute Into rebellious lenco Jed Bunpy yeres t o lovely females fer ye tpr parted As I hastily spranfe to my feet II caught a fleeting glj apse out of the partially opened door Down the steep of the hill road moylugr of perhaps a dozen i len so variously clothed as to makij it evident they were irregulars Jui ahead of them but on horseback wo others were even then turning into the narrow path that led to the house attractedI probably by the smoke which streamed trpm the hlmneytop CHAPTE R VIII Mrs Bungay Defer ds Her HearthI star A hand pressing ti ird upon my arm brought back my cattered senses with a rush It ififs Mrs Brennan iwho stood there br face whitened hvanxletv her ores joeerinsr anxiously FURNITJREFLitYsjj751j OUR GREAT STORE IS FULL OF V L THIS IN IIF ED ECARPETS RUE STOVES ETC ntireoutpthe1argestCREDIT atslorgoodpeopleFRBJGHT yonrhonistattonthu4uttiugPou cuetomersRefnigeratons noturnniakeandGUARJANTEZ tOtr comlcomlsit strugglep 1mighty harshlyLikely tnuugn t d ppecms yt neztSurely those men are not soldiers Captain Wayne she exclaimed They wear uniforms of both armies No douV they are guerillas I an swered drawing her back train where she might be seen In their approach We must find biding If possible for you shall never fall Into such hands Bungay I turned toward wr re the little giant had been sitting but he was not to be seen However the sound of m voice aroused Maria to a full sense our danger nbr was she a woman to hesitate In such emergency With a single stride she crossed the nar row room caught tho whitefaced hero j1 9 I j I its Mosses She Said HarshlyI by the collar of his shirt dragged him iIgnominiously forth from beneath the s rehighooke d Snogflunghlm out of the door leading Into the back shed It was done so ex that I could only gasp Now Inter ther hole with ye Jed- Bungayyou an yer dorgs si IItopanted furiously An you uns oiler him I reckon Im able ter handle thet ltot out than even If It should belled Lowrle and his gang Catching firm hold of Mrs Bran nans hand I sprang d6wn the single step and closed the door tight behind us Jed had scrambled to his feet and rubbing himself vigorously ag tho dineoutward a rough cupboard which appeared to be a portion of the house Itself As It swung open there was rei vcaled behind It a fairsized openi extending Into the face of the hill t D1entdoubtlesstroublesome times parIt tarIthis hole we entered one at a Un and when the heavy cupboard had been silently drawn back Into place found ourselves enveloped In such total darkness as to make any movement a dangerous operation r felt the clasp of my companions hlind- tighten and know that her whole form was trembling from intense ment I excitef ff1 Do not permit the darkI alarm you I whispered softly bend ing down as I spoke until I could feel her quick Ireathlng against my cheek Our visitors are not lively to remain longer than will be necessary ito get something to eat They need never suspect our presence and all we have to do is to wait patiently until they move on I only wish I could discover something upon which you might sit down Pray lo not think me a coward she answered but I have heard atI mpsIt his hands I had heard of him also and of Ihis outrageous treatment of women The memory caused me to clasp my hand warmly over hers and set my teeth hard It may not prove to be Lowrio at nIt I said soberly but all these gentry are pretty mUn alike I tearI HoWever I promise that you shall never fall alive into the hands of any iot their breeder M Before she could answer me oth than by a slight nestling closer in the i ilyeroright an comes out In a sort o gui ly bout a hundred feet pack Th lion light nough tar see ter walk by rsI IYQ turn the corner bout twenty downi 1fIl yero an see ol comes out roman Where where was Roderick One blast upon his bugle horn t Were worth a thousands men if KM like tar seA a dunned jcood f h A ROOMFUL OF O D n I liJ I 1 ij tn YOUR GOOD 17 == 313315Wf4ARKETl ST o i 0 j oj UJUlSVJlLEKY JS ifSbt mayoe5ye netter stew 1061 woman ia plsen It she once gUs her dander uppHis voice was expressive of great expectations and I had reason to be llove his faith in Maria would be howeverhadheard the fellows come stamping roughly into the cabin The thin slabs whiPh divided us scaVcely muffled thelr loud Tolcelcr nfBurned pretending to be alone rue you with rill those dishes sitting out on the table Just been eaten off too alonrtheye 1Nary a one said Maria and I knew from her voice shewas standing close beside the fireplace Are you Mrs Bungay 1 reckon yerIDont git wereliab1eness before we leJveThe leader dropped the butt of his gun with 4 litiWhat anyhowrWant him to go long with us were hunting some parties and need tol abits yere mountings There waS a pause as If Maria was endeavoring to decide as to the hon esty of the speaker Her final answer aolIproven satisfactory Wal I reckon she said calmly terIdishes doing on thb table r j thCYJustuns cum up1 Like hell ejaculated the fellow Iwltb cqmplete loss of temper See here old woman were too old birds be caught with any such chaff Well take a look around the old she bang anyhow and while were at it you put something on the tablefor me and my mates to eat The voice and manner were rough but I was impressed with a ceraiiac- entc creeping into the mans speech bespeaking education More in spte f an apparent effort to make it ao his atect was not that of those moun tains Even as he uttered these last words throwing into them a threat more Jn becamettrating the seemingly solid wall Just In front of me and bending silently forward could dimly distinguish the elliptical head of Bungay as he applied one eye to a small opening he hadI logsLhand so that we should not become separated I crept across the Interven iing blackness and reached his side Holy smoke Cap the little man muttered In suppressed excitement as he realized my presence its a goin ter be billn hot in thar mighty soon Mariars steam is a risln He silently made room for me and b bendlng down so as to bring my eye upon a level with his I managed to lgain some slight glimpse of the scene within the cabin Mrs Bungay stood with lien back tto the fireplace an Iron skillet firmly gripped In one hand Her face was red with indignation and there was a look In her exga together with a defiant set to her chin which prom- Ised trouble In front of bert care lessly resting on the table his4 feet tingling In the air was a sturdy poking fellow of forty or so withed = r straggling heard covering all the weatherIl worn pulled so as alr III most to conceal his eyes His attire was nondescript as though he had patronized the Junkshop of both armies In his belt were thrust a revolver and a knife while within easy reach of his hand a musket leaned against a chair Two others of the party younger men but even more roughly dressed than their leader were lounging between him and the door Bungay chuckled expectantly IImpre Jpered hoarsely Jumping up and down I one foot In hh excitement theyll thor fight of their life t Do you know the fellows I asked Is that Red Lowrle Ho shook his head Never laid eyes on any of em afor but ye bet theyre io good Reckon theyre a part o his crowd The man who posed as the leaderot- he party picked up the empty cot fQQnnt boftlde him and shook itTo be continued h ONLYS2 cash buys this set of fine solid oak mission style library pr Jiving room furniture and you can jny balance as it auitt your convenience Tie whole rfa large rocker arm chair reception chair and hand melibrary table exactlySas pictured Best grad of chase leathenisused in theupkolstering- s4J T of the chairs and rocker xThe ts springs are oil tempered arid sag proof The rocker is easily worthy 7So the arm chair 700 the table 650 afid the small chai- r4oQ25ooinK all Just think of the value when you can get all four pieces for 1375only 2 cash and you can jpay balance at pj your convenience Order Dne of Our 4Passenger S 191L wn Swings only QooNu COf gSI cUp this Coupon ftom thell SPRINGtIELD EWSLEAPERiand would like t ave tUlliattiC ularauto Name PO lIelgtlt r Ill j 0l IuuChlidr11 Cry for FletchersF 1XThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has oJI ccm 1 in use for over 30 years has home the signature of 111A and has been made under kin per nAlln biExperiments t qtIrilants and Children Experience Bgalnsfc Expdrlmcnt What is CATdR1AtCnstorl 1 Paregor1c contains neither Opium Slorphlne nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and WittlColic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and tbiStdmnchsleePTh X GENUINE ASTORIA ALWAYS j i Bears the Signature qF L t IIi iThe Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years iiTHt mCCT emIt ji Are You Nervous 7 j r What makes you i rVous It1stheWai1iessofyoit + thehardTakeCarduipurely vegetable Ingredients IItacts gently on the womanly organs t and helps them to do their proper work It relieves pain arid restores health inji natural rtannefj by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength TAKECARDUL WornanTonk Mrs Grace Former of ManW Va iciojc Cardul This what she says aboutt iit I was weak and nervous I could not bear to Mye anyone near me I had fainting spells and I lost fjeshvevery day The first dote of Crdul helped me Now I am entirely cured vof the fainting spells apd 1II cannot say enough for Cardui for I kno t womenDowomenTake4Wtiltto tadItsMrisoDDeJl cIItIUOOItMedIdLCOf- or3geniollnsfrjcilotw pnd64ebooklloaeTres1erWop J DANIEL BOONEAXU 6HEASE ft i t Mode in Lm saOle by ILCO f r r r j3 1 r1 62 acres of land located ope Bomile from town good 6 room dwel ling barn and other buildings fruits kinds and well t redper acre l0i5OOIl e new two good barns stock and tobacco No 3 93 acre farm located 6 mites from Springfield ndil6 miles fret stable stock Per acre 65 NOr 4 120 acre acre farm well loc ted gooadweUnghouserstoc and toJ I fine 10 room brick dwelling new stock barn tobacco barn crib and granary i l lays eUi mostly in grass per act 5o L No 6 iSQ acre fana 7 miles from Springfield good room dwelling good barn ond outbuildings place well watered 80 acres in grass per here 85 2e167 130 acres good frame dwelling large barn good orchard several eve rolasting springs good well 3UWgt place l000 wellfenced and watered Price v No 9 205 acres dwelling rooms Ij stock barn and large tobacco barn soth 0 l timber alllin fine state of cultivation per acre 835 No 10 184 acresof land good bin rmst land 50 acres of woodland gooaI rM dwelling stock barrvand iro I godtt tnfeaeco barn desirable locationjj n 1ra home No 11 2d3 apres 2 miles from town ood dwelling 8 rooms stock midto No 12 104 acred located 6 mies i f Make the twit UM f It It is useless to desire mote time ttI you are already wasUif what little a you have for you would only crew s more ind6lenttt4 indHerenL WWte date Advertislxuc I i Th I I Iii is so all all AndtotCt Itograer II tTout once A 1 t 4lbftlL it rtICHASCSTOLL v r DESIRABLE pRoPERTY I J Fc1ESALEBY- McELROY 4 WHARTON StinSfield 1barngoodbarn 72001No4 rom1town goodhUld barntoltfenced ikofromSpringfieldb Marn No 14 310 acres of land 3 mileaj dwellingfgooq acreNofroinSpnitfield flbarn well fenced and watered 1No1 A fieldnear the pike conYehienf ttc goodneigkboroodpnice nNO 17 71 acre 1 mile from Sprlnn o statfNo la 172 acres 6mites fro Springfield good house 7 joom jtaJ1 arns fine tobacco farm well watered price JNodwelling bouae and barn price 1300 N420 60 acres land dwelling aid ejbarnj all gtjod land price 1400 1 No 21 1118 acres located 3J suied South of Harrodgburg 6yacrsj m g b xouseaedpeJarnNo 22 Farm 135 acresllocated be+f tweeri Mackville and Texas good 7 room dwelling house good barn and ILrass5m 12ilesfour room cdttsfge large stock barnc go4ellw ne Jland and lays well 20 acres in woojdi yland all under good wire fence Priest j5 tNoiles Irom Springfield on Bardstow pifce good new 6 room 4welling howei aw barn 36x60 meat house weltaMv milk house plice3400or f t lT own Property Good four room frame cottage lees tedjn Walnut street smaubtn uood well on the place PrieeMMd Nice three room cottage lleJeied e ain Street small stable aedcleten oo property Price HOW Power Water pdwer Is co1l c w great syl iia U lailaeWee of t tr- 7hi rptId Art Qettk eUlly iut r